"Can't Touch This"
To say this year has been one for the books is quite the understatement. I try desperately to find the good in the bad for my own sanity, but this has been a very challenging time for all of us. Just as I was excited to get my work in some new galleries, they were forced to close their doors for obvious reasons. Thankfully, those establishments have found a way to get by, although the artists that sell in them have had to work their creative magic to bring their art to you. Virtual classes, showrooms, and gallery openings are a thing now. For some of us, who rely on clients having the ability to touch the art (because it's irresistible) even this solution is very challenging. I'm in a rut, a funk, limbo, and whatever else means standing still in the art market. Now for the positive. I have had an abundance of time to create some pieces that I am very excited about. This time has forced me to look within and decide where to go next with my art. It's allowed me to work large but also small. I have amassed a colorful collection of magical Woolery, and the character of my pieces has had a major growth spurt. Even though you "Can't Touch This" it CAN touch you. I am currently working on an online showcase to wow, but for now, I need to get some sunshine. Stay Healthy, Stay Safe, and VOTE!
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